AFRL Lines Up Industry To Tackle Next-Gen Power Needs

The impact of integrating directed-energy weapons onto existing fighters and bombers will be the first area to be studied under the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) seven-year, $409 million Next-Generation Thermal, Power and Controls (NGT-PAC) program. AFRL has awarded indefinite delivery...

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